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Collar - Dino Life

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About this Collar

Rumor has it that many dinosaurs sought out plants that triggered psychoactive hallucinations, meaning it’s entirely possible that dinosaurs loved to get high as much as humans. Even though the brontosaurus is extinct, you can live like a dinosaur with this "Dino Life" pet collar by Heady Pet, a stylish way to secure your pet during adventurous walks through the park and reluctant visits to the vet. Shop ErrlyBird.com for the matching leash!

  • Small: ½” width, 11”-17” adjustability.
  • Medium: ¾” width, 13”-19” adjustability.
  • Large: 1” width, 16”-26” adjustability.
  • Design: “Dino Life” by Marissa Favazza, Copyright 2016. Matching leash sold separately. Background color gradient may vary.
  • Materials: Nylon fabric, high-density webbing for added durability, eco-friendly plastic buckles.
  • Chrome metal D-ring for durable leash attachment.
  • Care Instructions: Wipe clean. Do not machine wash, iron, bleach, or tumble dry.
  • Non-stretchy materials. For maximum safety, measure your pet’s neck before purchasing and fit two fingers between the collar and neck before adjusting.
  • CAUTION: Not for tie-out. Logo loop tie is for tags or accessories only and is not suitable as a leash attachment. Remove and replace immediately if collar becomes torn or damaged.

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